A Faerie Fated Forever

Rated 4.22/5 based on 9 reviews
A faerie curse means a perfect love awaits Laird Nial Maclee. He must find her and avoid schemes of females lured by the legend. Failure condemns him to craving the love he can’t have or forget. He should wed Heather the Hag who can't possibly be his fated forever. Before his solution sends her to London, Nial should have recalled that faeries can make the impossible the inevitable.
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A Highlander and a faerie curse. A curse that only one woman could ever be his true love. He finds her, but she slips away. Can he get her back before it's too late? Will the faeries hinder or help his fate?


vt750s reviewed on on March 6, 2015

This book is disjointed, anachronistic and nonsensical. Don't waste your time.
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Crystal Dawn reviewed on on May 20, 2013

Who knew Faeries were so devilish? The story has a mix of sorrow and joy. The story unfolds giving a hint as to what may occur but leaving enough doubt that you need to read on to be sure. Well worth the read.
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Cesar Whaite reviewed on on Feb. 17, 2013

Romantic novels are well... novel to me, but I read this book fron cover to cover (should I said front page to back page) in a nick of time. I forgo some sleeptime and a breakfast (this is serious for me), just to discover those fairies. Ms. Grahan kept me reading. I liked very much her style and find it light and easy to read, plus very entertaining with the lives of such people of those time. I will be reading more of her work. I promised myself that.
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DiAnne Tackett reviewed on on June 3, 2012

Like the book but was a little thrown off by the end. Throughout the book, they spoke about swords then all the sudden there was a gun even though guns were never mentioned in the book prior to the end. And Nial was a bit too insane with his protectiveness for me. I really did like the book though and will read it several more times in the future. Thank you for the interesting read!
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Kim Pursley reviewed on on May 18, 2012

good book, spicy and sweet
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Eyra Evans reviewed on on March 25, 2012

Had me smiling and blush at the same time!
Well, the story has a good plot plus the author knows when to heighten or tone down the story.
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Carmen Too-a-Foo reviewed on on March 3, 2012

This story contained the perfect combination of passion, action and humor all rolled into one fantastic, over the top, plot. This well paced and seamless story had me with a constant smile on my face till the very end. I often found myself trying to imagine the next course of action or events only to be wrong and pleasantly surprised by the story’s unpredictable twists and turns. This is certainly a must read.
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Q Wright reviewed on on Oct. 11, 2011

Hot, sweet, and romance all rolled into one.
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P T reviewed on on Aug. 27, 2011
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I absolutely love this book!! I had some initial doubts before reading it but it was a surprisingly good read. It had a good plot, storyline, romance, erotica, etc. Its a good combination of a lil bit of everything. I really recommend this and am definitely a new fan of this author's works. Five stars all the way!!
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Lily reviewed on on July 26, 2010

Incorporates pretty much all of the elements I like in the books I read, and does it all but seamlessly. Perhaps a few historical and linguistic inaccuracies but all in all a great read and an author that I will definitely return to.
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